resources

RESOURCE DATABASE

Crown PointThe Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP), through the Lake Champlain Basin Program, has created a draft resource inventory of more than 400 cultural heritage, historic, and/or recreation resources in the CVNHP region.

The draft inventory is available for review in Microsoft Excel and Adobe PDF formats below. We welcome your suggestions and additions to this list. Please email any comments to heritage@lcbp.org.

Future plans for this resource data include developing a GIS database and promoting more online use of the data.

GRANTS

As the managing entity of the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP), the Lake Champlain Basin Program offers implementation grant programs, which are funded through the National Park Service. Since 2008, 41 cultural heritage projects have been chosen for funding, many of which support the Quadricentennial and work towards long-term cultural heritage recognition for the region.

Open Grants
Local Heritage Grants
The Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) and the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) issues this Request for Proposals for local heritage grants focused on youth and students in the CVNHP region.

Conservation and Community Grants
The Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) and the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) issues this Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2016 Conservation & Community Grants to mark the 2016 centennial anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS) and celebrate conservation efforts in the region.

  • Conservation and Community Grants (up to $5,000 per grant). RFP | Application

Grant Guidelines provide more information about how the grant program works, to help you prepare a competitive application. Please review all of the materials provided within the Grant Guidelines carefully before beginning your application. Organizations with existing LCBP-funded projects are eligible to apply for new funding only if all project deliverables and obligations under the existing and past awards are fully up-to-date and the projects are in good standing. Please refer carefully to the grant application instructions for guidance.

Applicants are encouraged to contact LCBP staff for assistance prior to the preparation of project proposals. LCBP staff do not make award decisions but can assist applicants in interpretation of the RFP instructions and guidelines. Completed applications must be received electronically at the LCBP office in Grand Isle by 4:30 PM on Friday, August 28, 2015. Award notifications are expected by October 30, 2015.

If you would like to receive a printed or email version of this grant, or if you would prefer not to receive these notices from the LCBP, please contact us at 802-372-3213 or at grants@lcbp.org.


Regional Stakeholder Group Coordination Grants
The Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) and Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) issues this Request for Proposals for the awarding of grants up to $2,200 to provide coordination for Regional Stakeholder Groups in the 11 counties of the CVNHP. To date, four Regional Stakeholder Group Coordination grants have been awarded to organizations in Clinton County, New York and Grand Isle, Chittenden and Rutland counties in Vermont. CVNHP Regional Stakeholder Grants will be awarded to organize, coordinate, and convene regular meetings among stakeholders in the remaining counties that make up the CVNHP, in New York: Warren County; and in Vermont: Franklin, Addison, and Bennington Counties. Open February 8, 2011.


Grants Awarded
Click on the links below for details about the grants awarded:

MAPS

CVNHP Area Map

Resource Inventory Maps, by CVNHP Region
-Richelieu River Valley
-Northern Lake Champlain
-Southern Lake Champlain
-Upper Hudson River Region

 



Check out the CVNHP Resource Inventory Maps, by region (4-5 MB each):

-Richelieu River Valley
-Northern Lake Champlain
-Southern Lake Champlain
-Upper Hudson River Region

The RegionClick to view larger.

While the LCBP traditionally focuses on the landscape that drains into Lake Champlain, the area of consideration for the CVNHP includes any historic site or community along the "linked navigable waterways" of Lake Champlain, Lake George, the Champlain Canal, and the Upper Hudson River that contains a physical, cultural, or historical resource that represent the CVNHP’s interpretive themes. The Vermont and New York counties within the Partnership include Grand Isle, Franklin, Chittenden, Addison, Rutland, Bennington, Clinton, Essex, Warren, Saratoga and Washington. (Click map to enlarge.)